Relationship types

Symbol

Meaning

Direction

Examples (Note 1)

IO

Instance Of

The from node is an instance of the to node

Fido is a <strength> instance of a dog

canoe is a <strong> instance of a boat

boat is a <strong>  instance of a vessel

PO

Part Of

The from node is a part of the to node

leg can be a <strong> part of a chair

nose can be a part of a face

PX

Prefix

The from node is a prefix of the to node

un can be a <strong> prefix of bound
"her hair was unbound"

SO

Suffix, Objectifier

The from node can have the to node as a suffix making the combination an object

kiss can have the <strong > suffix es

"kisses sweeter than wine"

SA

Suffix, Actionizer

The from node can have the to node as a suffix making the combination an action

drink can have a <strong> suffix of ing

"she was drinking"

SM

Suffix, Modifier

The from node can have the to node as a suffix making the combination a modifier

Nice can have the <strong> suffix of ly

"the job was done nicely",

SP

Suffix, Pluralizer

The from node can have the to node as a suffix making the combination a plural

Spoon  can have the <strong> suffix of s

 "two spoons are better than one"

MD

Modifier

The from node can modify the to node

 Nasty can <strongly> modify fix

“it’s a nasty fix we’re in Lulu ”

EQ

Equivalent, Similar, Synonym

The from node is similar to the to node

money is <strongly> equivalent to cash

region is <strongly> equivalent to zone

peck is <strongly> equivalent to kiss

OP

Opposition,

Antonym

The from  node is opposite the to the to node

Hot is <strongly> opposite to cold

New is <strongly> opposite to old

HM

Homonym, Sounds same

The from  node is a homonym of the to the to node

 Read is a <strong> homonym of reed

AB

Abbreviation

The from node is an abbreviation of the to node

Pgh is a <strong> abbreviation for Pittsburgh

PA is a <strong> abbreviation for Pennsylvania

TP

Typo

The from node is a misspelling of the to node

tYPO is a <strong> misspelling of Typo

AS

Association

The from node is associated with the to node

Leo is <strongly> associated with Tolstoy

Table is <strongly> associated with restaurant

White is <strongly> associated with snow

Cold is <strongly> associated with snow

AN

Antiquated

The from node is an antiquated version of the to node

Goest is <strongly> associated with Go (Note 2)

Whither is <strongly> associated with Where the

Thee and Thou is <strongly> associated with You

“Whither goest thou?”

 Note 1.  In the Examples, the word <strong> or <strongly> indicates the property of static Strength. This Strength property is an indicator of just how strong that particular association is—statically, as determined by the context when first encountered and the frequency with which it is encountered subsequently off. Static strengths are then modified dynamically to suit the context as determined by the Reader for the current text being read.

Note 2.  An occurrence of an antiquated node should significantly affect the context of the document, which at this time is poorly defined.